|Prayer time for the skipper|
|He pauses while a passenger sluices her body under fresh water|
|Unofficial harbourmaster Capt Ali helps an all-female crew with lines ashore|
|Ali ties a line around a rock|
|Ali is a 'shopping man' too - he sells figs picked in the morning|
|Ali naps under the shade on his small boat|
|Chatting to the crew of Kayacan|
|Boats pour into the anchorage at Kizil Adasi, near Bozburun|
|All pile into the picnic boat (and below)|
So, a few pictures of what we've seen from our floating observation platform which, most recently, has been parked in the Bozburun area, one of our very favourite places on the Turkish coast.
|Squeezed in tightly in the lee of Kizil Adesi|
The Irish poet Seamus Heaney was buried this week, and the BBC reminded us that when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995 it was "for works of lyrical beauty and ethical depth, which exalt everyday miracles and the living past". Let's hope to see those wherever we are.
|Feral goats on the shoreline of Kizil Adasi, just off our stern|
|And under our stern, clouds of finger-size fish|
|Twilight in the anchorage at Kizil Adasi|